December 7, 2003 |
David DUCHOVNY looks remarkably relaxed for a man directing his first feature film. Dressed in bluejeans, a white T-shirt and sneakers, and sporting a small goatee, he says one reason he is relatively calm is that on this day he is only directing. "On the days when I'm not also acting, it feels like a day off." Later, he admits, "I'm not feeling real happy today." No reason in particular, just some inner malaise -- maybe because his family is far away in Malibu.
February 24, 2001 |
The catch phrases are familiar to any viewers of "The X-Files": "Mulder, where are you?" and "Trust no one." But lately for many fans, the lines apply not to "Files' " fictional world, but to the real-life creative forces behind their beloved series.
June 21, 1998 |
The truth is out there--and it's coming down here. "The X-Files," the half-billion-dollar TV series that just spun off a $60-million movie, is leaving its damp spawning grounds in Vancouver, B.C., after a half-decade and relocating in Los Angeles.
May 18, 2001 |
Joking that their passion is to develop innovative original programming or obtain shows from the rival WB network, UPN executives unveiled a fall lineup Thursday anchored by its acquisitions of two WB dramas: "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Roswell."
April 16, 2010 |
In an ideal world, it wouldn't be necessary to reveal the sublime conceit of "The Joneses" in order to review the film. Alas, ours is a realm of planned obsolescence, next big things and false advertising. So for those who — reasonably — require more than a general endorsement of the movie's cleverness, timeliness and strong performances, here goes: A perfect-seeming family moves into an upscale neighborhood, generating envy and, yes, a scramble to keep up with them.
February 27, 2001 |
Sunday's was the "X-Files" episode fans had waited all year for: finally, the long-advertised official return of their beloved character, FBI Agent Fox Mulder. Then he shows up in the final moments as a corpse, dumped from a UFO like a mob snitch from a Coupe De Ville. "Could it get worse?" wrote one fan, setting the tone of the irate messages on the official Web site of the Fox network series that began streaming in as soon as the show was over. "PLEASE! OH PLEASE!
May 4, 2008 |
The CAST and crew of the upcoming "The X-Files: I Want to Believe" were just a few weeks into filming in Vancouver when Frank Spotnitz, the co-writer and co-producer with creator-director Chris Carter, called star David Duchovny over to a laptop computer to watch a fan-made video on YouTube. It was a montage of scenes from the old "X-Files" show set to Sarah McLachlan's forlorn "When She Loved Me." ? "It was intensely romantic and it almost brought tears to my eyes," Duchovny recalled.
December 13, 2009
SERIES Brothers: Snoop Dogg guest stars in this new episode (7 p.m. Fox). Shatner's Raw Nerve: Henry Winkler sits down with his fellow classic TV star (7 p.m. Biography). Tony Danza is Shatner's guest in a second new episode (7:30 p.m.). Extreme Makeover: Home Edition: Mary J. Blige joins Ty Pennington and the team rebuilding a home for a strong-willed woman with a degenerative muscular disease who runs a nonprofit youth development and family center from her home (8 p.m. ABC)
April 4, 2007 |
Over the summer, Katee Sackhoff, who plays Kara "Starbuck" Thrace on "Battlestar Galactica," received a nerve-racking phone call from Ronald D. Moore and David Eick, the show's executive producers. "David and Ron said, 'We want to start this phone call out by saying that we love you,' " Sackhoff recalled last week. Sackhoff knew she might not like what came next. And she didn't. "They said, 'You're not really gonna die -- but we're gonna blow you up.'